Faculty of Arts


ANCIENT 750 A & B
ANCIENT 750

Sources and Approaches for the Ancient World


Description

This course will utilise both archaeology and literary evidence to explore issues of cultural identity in the ancient world.

Focusing specifically on the development of, and interplay between, various ancient cultures in a Roman context, it will explore issues such as the nature of Roman expansion, the workings of empire, the place of the army in society, literary approaches to Roman identity, the role of religion and the failure of empire.

To complete this course students must enrol in ANCHIST 750 A and B.

Assessment

Coursework

Availability 2020

Semester 1 and 2 (full year)

Lecturer(s)

Lecturer(s) Dr Jeremy Armstrong
Dr Justin Pigott

Reading/Texts


Recommended Reading


Assessment


Points

ANCIENT 750A: 15.0 points

ANCIENT 750B: 15.0 points

ANCIENT 750: 30.0 points

Prerequisites


Restrictions

ANCHIST 750


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